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Julius Baer expands into central Dublin




Julius Baer has relocated its Dublin office with a new location in the centre of the city.

Zurich/London, 23 October 2017 – Julius Baer has moved its Dublin headquarters to new premises at 2 Hume Street, just yards from St Stephen’s Green in the city centre. The move to these prestigious new offices reflects the size and potential of the Irish market for private banking and provides Julius Baer with the space to grow. The Irish economy, which has long been home to entrepreneurs looking to expand internationally, is set to be the fastest growing Eurozone economy for the fourth year in a row, with GDP growth projections of up to 5% in 2017.

The enhanced Irish offering gives business owners, entrepreneurs and other wealthy individuals based in Ireland more convenient access to Julius Baer’s team of advisors. It chimes with the increasing commitment Julius Baer is making to the UK and Irish markets with the recent announcement of three new office openings outside of London and Dublin.

Keith Ryan, Team Head at Julius Baer in Ireland, said: “This is an important move for Julius Baer. We are committed to building our business in Dublin to match the long-term growth of wealth in Ireland and the demand for wealth management services.”

David Durlacher, Chief Executive Officer of Julius Baer International Limited, added: “Julius Baer plans to be at the forefront of wealth management in Ireland and our new central Dublin location underscores this. We are well positioned to benefit from the material influence Brexit will have on the Irish economy and at a time when other private banks are restructuring or retrenching, we are prepared to invest in our business for the benefit of clients, present and future.”